The Call for Papers for AAR-SE 2024 is closed. If you submitted a proposal, you should hear shortly from the unit chairs. Please reach out to them with any questions about your proposals!
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All meetings will be held in Beatty and Tate Center at 5 Liberty Street in beautiful downtown Charleston, SC.
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2024 Lodging Options
For details about lodging options, see the 2024 Lodging Options document and the related map. Access it here.
Charleston is a vibrant city with lots to see, eat, and do. It is also a historic city with a booming tourist industry and a wide range of lodging options. We have blocked a number of hotel rooms across the city to meet various budgets. Parking will be free on campus during the conference. Ride share options such as Uber and Lyft are widely available and for the more adventurous there are Lime e-Bikes scattered across the city.
Courtyard by Marriott – Charleston Historic District
$359/night for two queens or single king
Centrally located and only three blocks from campus. Parking and breakfast not included.
Moxy Charleston Downtown
$279/night for two queen beds
$329/night for quad (queen bunk beds, perfect for grad students!)
Just north of historic downtown, the Moxy is a brand-new hotel within walking distance of great eats and drinks. About a 30-minute walk to campus. Parking and breakfast not included
SpringHill Suites Charleston Riverview
$189/night for two queens or one king
Our most budget friendly option. Just across the river in the West Ashley neighborhood. Parking, wi-fi and breakfast included. Will need to drive/ride share to campus.
Residence Inn Charleston Riverview
$199/night for single queen, includes kitchenette
Just across the river in the West Ashley neighborhood. Parking, wi-fi and breakfast included. Will need to drive/ride share to campus.
Short Term Rentals
The majority of AirBnBs are located on Cannon and Spring Street in a vibrant neighborhood full of great restaurants, bars, and coffee shops, about seven blocks north of campus. For large groups, this may be the most budget friendly option.